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Curtis Granderson, New York Mets Outfielder: Don’t Touch This!

Baseball, if you're not on the field, is a spectator sport. Fans shouldn't get involved with the events on the field – don't throw batteries, water bottles, beach balls, peanuts, popcorn and definitely not a half eaten hot dog or can of beer.  Now accidentally touching or bumping a baseball player when he reaches into the ... Continue Reading →
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Aer Lingus takes Twitter to the Skies

It reminds me of an album title by the progressive rock group Camel, I Can See Your House From Here.  Aer Lingus, one of Ireland's oldest airlines, has added its Twitter handle to the side of one of its planes; @AerLingus. Now we know that social media has blossomed in recent years, but this takes it to new heights!  Interesting to note, ... Continue Reading →

Last Minute Trips Revisited

I think we need a clarification on the definition of "Last Minute."  In this case the last minute is the decision… If you live within 25 miles of Red Hook, New York in Dutchess County we can have a luxury sedan or SUV at your door within the hour.  We appreciate the fact that if you live or have lived in New York City you are ... Continue Reading →

We Specialize in Last Minute Trips!

Got the urge to Go? Ready for some spontaneous fun?  Need a designated driver Right Now! Did your flight change and your car service can't adjust their schedule to meet yours? Your friends or family can't drive you and didn't tell you until the very last minute? Give us a call! (845-758-5050 or after hours 845-773-9265) We specialize ... Continue Reading →

Air Travel May Soon Become A Weighty Subject

A tiny airline in the South Pacific is making waves that can possibly change the way we fly, or at least how we pay to fly, in the near future. For Samoa Air, the future is now. Passengers no longer purchase a seat, they now purchase the cost of their weight along with the privilege to fly.  Most airlines jumped on board the concept of charging ... Continue Reading →

Restaurant Week March 11th to 24th, 20% discount

Hudson Valley's Restaurant Week is here! You can  enjoy a Price Fix lunch  or dinner at over 100 of Hudson Valley's top restaurants. You know you want to. Many of these fabulous eateries have been on your radar and now you can try their scrumptious delectables at an amazing price! Hudson Valley Limousine Service (Northeast Transport) ... Continue Reading →

Bring Your Own Movie – BYOM

Did you know you could watch a movie on the way to the airport or NYC? I have a portable DVD player with dual screens so each person has their own viewing portal! All you have to do is bring your own DVD! Or call a few days ahead and I can get the movie you wish to watch on your trip. 845-773-9265. Travelling from the Mid Hudson Valley to the NYC airports ... Continue Reading →

Airlines Cancelling Flights Ahead of Nor’easter

It was reported that many airlines that fly to the New York And New Jersey airports are cancelling many flights ahead of the arrival of a strong Nor'easter today. Check with your air carrier to ensure your flights are not affected. Continue Reading →

New York City Residents – We Still Have Gas and Booking Trips

Superstorm Sandy has left an amazing amount of devastation throughout the Tri-State area. Even with the ports re-opening allowing gasoline to start making its way into the area and points north, it is becoming a highly sought necessity of everyday life. Many limousine companies, taxis and car services are not booking trips north to the Hudson Valley ... Continue Reading →

Rhinecliff Train is Closing 3 pm; MTA Closing 7 pm.

Rhinecliff train station is closing early due to Hurricane Sandy at 3pm. No train service south. If you need to go to points south one of your best options is a car service, like us, or a trusted taxi service. Alert! MTA is also shutting down all trains and subways starting 7pm on Sunday and is expected to be closed all of Monday as well. Continue Reading →